Christian Historical Fiction Talk

Episode 10 - What Books Readers Want for Christmas

December 03, 2020 Liz Tolsma Season 1 Episode 10
Christian Historical Fiction Talk
Episode 10 - What Books Readers Want for Christmas
Chapters
3:16
A Life Once Dreamed - Rachel Fordham
5:47
A Castaway in Cornwall - Julie Klassen
9:23
Saving Ebenezer - S. Daniel Smith
12:26
The Right Kind of Fool - Sarah Loudin Thomas
15:03
The Librarian of Boone's Hollow
Christian Historical Fiction Talk
Episode 10 - What Books Readers Want for Christmas
Dec 03, 2020 Season 1 Episode 10
Liz Tolsma

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A Life Once Dreamed by Rachel Fordham
Fan-favorite Rachel Fordham brings to life the dusty streets of an 1880s frontier town in this story that affirms where you come from matters far less than where you're going.

A Castaway in Cornwall by Julie Klassen
On a stormy night Physician’s daughter Laura Callaway is alerted that there’s a shipwreck on the local shore with only one survivor. Alexander Lucas hides his secrets well, but danger seems to follow him to Cornwall.

Saving Ebenezer by S. Daniel Smith
Saving Ebenezer picks up on a story started by Charles Dickens in 1843 with A Christmas Carol. Christians will appreciate a heartwarming story of God's love shown in tragedy while all readers will enjoy the common points between Saving Ebenezer and the original work.

The Right Kind of Fool by Sarah Loudin Thomas
Loyal Raines has survived his share of whispers behind his back. A childhood fever took his hearing. For years Creed Raines' guilt over his son's disability had driven a wedge right down the middle of Loyal's family, but on a hot summer day Creed was the first person Loyal ran to tell about a dead body.

The Librarian of Boone's Hollow by Kim Vogel Sawyer
A traveling librarian ventures into the mining towns of Kentucky on horseback—and learns to trust the One who truly pens her story—in this powerful novel.

Also check out Liz Tolsma's newest release, The Gold Digger
In 1907, shy but loyal Ingrid Storset travels from Norway to support her grieving sister, Belle Gunness, who owns a farm in LaPorte, Indiana. Well-to-do widow Belle, who has lost two husbands and several children, provides Ingrid with enough money to start a small business. But Ingrid is confused by the string of men Belle claims to be interviewing for her next husband. When Nils Lindherud comes to town looking for his missing brother, who said he was going to marry Belle, Ingrid has a sinking feeling her sister is up to no good.

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Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission.

A Life Once Dreamed by Rachel Fordham
Fan-favorite Rachel Fordham brings to life the dusty streets of an 1880s frontier town in this story that affirms where you come from matters far less than where you're going.

A Castaway in Cornwall by Julie Klassen
On a stormy night Physician’s daughter Laura Callaway is alerted that there’s a shipwreck on the local shore with only one survivor. Alexander Lucas hides his secrets well, but danger seems to follow him to Cornwall.

Saving Ebenezer by S. Daniel Smith
Saving Ebenezer picks up on a story started by Charles Dickens in 1843 with A Christmas Carol. Christians will appreciate a heartwarming story of God's love shown in tragedy while all readers will enjoy the common points between Saving Ebenezer and the original work.

The Right Kind of Fool by Sarah Loudin Thomas
Loyal Raines has survived his share of whispers behind his back. A childhood fever took his hearing. For years Creed Raines' guilt over his son's disability had driven a wedge right down the middle of Loyal's family, but on a hot summer day Creed was the first person Loyal ran to tell about a dead body.

The Librarian of Boone's Hollow by Kim Vogel Sawyer
A traveling librarian ventures into the mining towns of Kentucky on horseback—and learns to trust the One who truly pens her story—in this powerful novel.

Also check out Liz Tolsma's newest release, The Gold Digger
In 1907, shy but loyal Ingrid Storset travels from Norway to support her grieving sister, Belle Gunness, who owns a farm in LaPorte, Indiana. Well-to-do widow Belle, who has lost two husbands and several children, provides Ingrid with enough money to start a small business. But Ingrid is confused by the string of men Belle claims to be interviewing for her next husband. When Nils Lindherud comes to town looking for his missing brother, who said he was going to marry Belle, Ingrid has a sinking feeling her sister is up to no good.

A Life Once Dreamed - Rachel Fordham
A Castaway in Cornwall - Julie Klassen
Saving Ebenezer - S. Daniel Smith
The Right Kind of Fool - Sarah Loudin Thomas
The Librarian of Boone's Hollow